Biryani is my weakness and a good Biryani is an addiction. In that list, Vaniyambadi Style Biryani by Saifu’s Kitchen is included, too. Now that I know the Management for more than a year we are more like family. So, this is a mandatory post that Shabnam (Mytrystwithfood) should make.
I know I can polish off a serving of Saifu’s Kitchen Biryani but Unlimited portion is certainly not my forte. I can’t justify to the Unlimited Biryani offer that Saifu’s is running. Mutton Biryani is priced at ₹300 and Chicken Biryani at ₹200. First serving is Half Portion of Biryani with Mutton Pieces. Second Serving onwards it will be Quarter Portion. Time restriction is 20 minutes. The deal sounds good to me but not my cup of tea.
So, I moved on and ordered Half a Portion of Mutton Biryani (₹230). Fragrant, long grained, mushy textured, with minimal irritants and succulent pieces of Meat – this Vaniyambadi Style Biryani is something I never get bored of eating. Needless to say, it was extremely appetizing and satisfying. The Brinjal Chops is something that I can never get enough of while ordering by kg at home. But, at their outlet, I could ask for another serving. Muzzafar, the trademark sweet dish from Saifu’s Kitchen was as usual at it’s best avatar.
Chicken 65 (₹90) and Fish Fry (₹140) were well made. I got Prawn Fry (₹140) two ways and both, the Pepper base and the Thokku base were too good.
The outlet has few tables for people to sit and eat. Not summer friendly. So, if eating in such environment is not your forte, you can order in through some delivery partners that they have tied up with.
Paid around ₹1000 and odd along with some takeaways. Please call ahead and check for Menu of the day. The day I went, Chicken Biryani was not available.
Address and Location:
3/158, Kumaran kudil 4th Cross St, Annex, Thoraipakkam, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600097